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How do I make chord progressions Part 2

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Style: Basics · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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In Part 1, we discussed what chords can be played in a progression. We disucessed that pattern Major, minor, monir, Major, Major, minor and how that is used when playing by the numbers. In this example we are simply going to base ecerything off the premise that we are starting with the C Major 7th chord. This would make the legal chords in this progression CM7, Dm7, Em7, FM7, GM7 and Am7. After this progression is played, I play the same progression without the 7ths added. Can you tell the difference?
How do I make chord progressions Part 2